Y Bae - Hirael Bay - Bangor
Waterside development of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom town houses
Y Bae is located in Bangor, one of the smallest cities in the United Kingdom. It is situated in a region of outstanding natural beauty where the Snowdonia Mountains reach the sea. The development sits on the edge of the Menai Strait which separates Bangor from the Isle of Anglesey. Y Bae is designed with the beautiful marine surroundings in mind. The watercolour elevations reflect the local environment. Watkin Jones Homes are introducing a unique waterfront living area to the City. Y Bae offers a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments along with 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses over two, two and a half and three storeys to their trademark high quality build and finish.
Designed to compliment the beautiful marine surroundings, the watercolour elevations at Y Bae perfectly reflect the local environment with striking innovative design styling, Watkin Jones Homes introduce a unique waterfront living quarter to the city.
|Gas central heatng with Worchester Bosch combi boiler|
|PVCU double glazing throughout - finished in white with chrome handles|
|American oak interior doors with chrome furniture|
|Feature Axxys designer oak staircase with chrome fittings|
|French Doors onto rear garden where applicable|
|Designer fitted kitchens with pelmet lighting and chrome electrical sockets|
|Single electric fan oven|
|Stainless steel finish gas hob with feature splash back and extractor|
|Integrated washer/dryer and fridge/freezer|
|Choice of 40mm laminate work surfaces with optional up-stands|
|Chrome recessed downlighters to kitchen and bathroom|
|Stylish ceramic wall tiling to kitchen, bathroom, en-suite and cloakroom|
|White Ideal Standard "Studio Arc" sanitary ware to bathroom, en-suite and cloakroom with chrome finish taps|
|Electric shower to en-suite finished in chrome|
|Power shower fitted over bath with designer screen in house types with no en-suite|
|Chrome heated Towel Radiator to bathroom and en-suite where applicable|
|Outside light to front elevation|
|Fencing and turf to front and rear gardens in accordance with the landscape drawing|
|Specification changes apply to Cymyran (Plots 51 - 56), Penmaen, Conwy and Hirael|
|Double electric fan oven|
|Stainless steel finish 5 burner gas hob with feature splashback and extractor|
|Integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer|
|Ceramic floor tiling to kitchen, bathroom, en-suite and cloaks in Cymyran and Hirael, Karndean flooring to Conwy and Penmaen|
Bangor is fortunate to have its own Victorian Pier. Bangor Pier opened in 1896, and the old pier has stood firm - reaching out half way to the Isle of Anglesey. Bangor Cathedral has been a place of worship and prayer for almost fifteen centuries. Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery is found behind Bangor Cathedral in the centre of the City. Sometimes known as Bangor Museum, the museum is Gwynedd's only general museum. As with any university town there is a wide selection of pubs and cafes.
Another claim to fame is that Bangor has the longest High Street in Wales. It is the region's main cultural and shopping centre, and the city centre has two modern shopping centres, plus a mix of national chain stores and smaller shops. Retail outlets can be found on Caernarfon Road, on the outskirts of the city. One of these is St. David's Retail Park, built on the site of the demolished St David's maternity hospital.
Schools and education
Bangor University and Coleg Menai are located in the city. Secondary schools include Ysgol Friars, Ysgol Tryfan, Hillgrove School and St. Gerard's School. There are also a number of primary and infant schools.
- Ysgol Gynradd Hirael - Primary (0.2 miles)
- Ysgol Glancegin - Primary (0.6 miles)
- Ysgol Gynradd Cae Top - Primary (0.7 miles)
Bangor railway station serves the city. The Menai strait is bridged in two places and the main A55 road is carried over the strait by Thomas Telford's magnificent iron suspension bridge, opened in January 1826, and adjacent to this is Robert Stephenson's 1850 Britannia Tubular Bridge. Bangor has two rivers within its boundaries, the River Adda and River Cegin and Port Penrhyn was an important port in the 19th century. Bangor lies at the western end of the North Wales Path, a 60-mile (100 km) long-distance coastal walking route to Prestatyn.
Ysbyty Gwynedd is located in Bangor in the suburb of Penrhosgarnedd. It has 550 beds and houses the headquarters of the Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board and the North West Wales NHS Trust.
The Marketing Suite at Y Bae is open Thursday to Monday 11:00 to 17:00
Tel: 01745 409031 Local call rate
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